11
votes
4answers
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How to write inclusion symbols diagonally?

I have two sequences of inclusions, say $A \subset B \subset C$ and $A \subset D \subset C$, and I want to combine these into one sequence. I don't know how to explain this very well, but the combined ...
10
votes
3answers
410 views

How can I rotate \in by 90 degrees?

I am currently trying to show the domain of variables in a simple equation: \[\begin{matrix} x & \cdot & W_{1,2} & = & o\\ \in & & \in & & \in\\ ...
6
votes
2answers
123 views

Rotating Mathematical Symbols without losing quality

I need to use the symbol \subsetneq rotated by 45 degrees. I can obtain the required symbol with \rotatebox[origin=c]{45}{$\subsetneq$} or equivalently with \begin{rotate}{45} $\subsetneq$ ...
6
votes
2answers
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Small cross and small upside down cross symbols

I need a cross symbol, similar to \dagger, but optimally less fancy, smaller (not as long vertical line below the crossing) and without having to load a special symbol package (besides amsmath). The ...
3
votes
1answer
345 views

Create rotated prime symbol

I would prefer to work with a prime symbol that is less rotated. I tried the following \usepackage[figuresright]{rotating} \newcommand*{\p}{\turnbox{12}{$\,'$}\;} which is visually what I desire. ...
3
votes
1answer
707 views

vertical subseteq symbol in label of subfloat

Math symbols (\subseteq and \supseteq) are rotated and rendered successfully in text mode with the aid of \rotatebox{}{}. In the commented section below, there is a problem with getting these symbols ...
6
votes
2answers
967 views

What is the best way to obtain a “vertical” subset symbol?

I am trying to typeset a table indicating various kinds of $\subset$ relations for objects in a grid. Is there a way to obtain a subset symbol that applies vertically, between objects where one is ...